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their second loss of the year. and going against a georgia tech team that got throttled in athens today. manuel takes another hit from antonio morns. morrisson. we are trying to unpile the quarterback and the guy that was helping on the stop.morrisson. we are trying to unpile the quarterback and the guy that was helping on the stop.we are tryi quarterback and the guy that was helping on the stop. florida state can only stop it one more time. they line up and try to get their offense something going here, down by 17. pass to dent and he had a dent put in him by matt elam. on monday, two night dancing final event begins. the best of the best will be performing but only one can win. find out on monday at 8:00, 7:00 central on abc. not a lot of dancing in this game. more like colliding. manuel, deep ball on the sideline. intended for rashad greene. down to one minute. >> todd: we knew coming in to today, it was a big opportunity for the acc going head-to-head with the s.e.c. and three matchups. rivalry games. we already mentioned georgia tech got thumped in athens by georgia. here is florida state
to the celtics, 89-86. the same two teams play wednesday night in boston. >>> maryland hosting georgia tech. eleanor roosevelt joining him and moving from linebacker to starting quarterback this week. not too easy. the first quarter, trailing 6- 0. he stumbles and the archbishop recovers at the maryland's 33. and tech would take advantage. the pitch to smith. he waltzes in from five yards out and the yellowjackets built a 27-0 lead. to the third quarter now. the terps still scoreless and not for long. the fake and hit him. he councilled him with the nice move and dives in for the 16- yard touchdown. the two connect on a 23-yard or the game's final play. maryland does fall to georgia tech, 33-13. d.c. united hosting the new york red bulls. the first leg of the home and home play-off series. 61st minute, no score and sends the service into the box to nick deleon and off of the new york offender into the net and shows him with the only goal. we'll take the gift that is 1- 0, black and red. four minutes later, on the corner and take the header in front and comes down with the ball and falls int
coordinator tonight. georgia williams bratt who is the current pair of the parent advisory council has accepted the offer to take on that position, effective next week. and she is going to be a great asset i think that our organization and she is an experienced community organizer and also a parent. and we are just very excited to be able to announce that. >> commissioner fewer? >> yes. so thank you to the pac for having sh interest in our 2014-2015, i too am appalled about the numbers and the disproportionalty that are not on track to graduate. i think that when the board approved this a-g requirement they were thinking that of course, if we do it well, it gives students two things, one it gives them access to the classes they never had access to before. and secondly, if we do it really well, then we give every student an opportunity for the 21st century, due to the budget cuts, we were not able to i think, implement a lot of the supports that were needed i think that we learned a lot during this time and because of the awareness around the 2014-2015 graduating class and the large num
better georgia inside a four-hour-long seminar conducted by the republican caucus in the georgia state senate. republicans are the majority in there and the state senate president convened this four-hour event for republican senators to learn about how president obama was using cold war era mind control techniques to trick americans into turning ourselves over to the united nations for, you know, one world government and enslavement. if you want some historical perspective, it's simple. there's stalin, death toll 7 million. there's mao, death toll 17 million to 40 million. and then there's president obama -- results, see at the bottom there? tbd. this was one of the slides from the presentation at the georgia state capitol for republican state senators. back for more to cbs atlanta. >> it was a four-hour meeting about how the united nations is using a mind control technique developed during the cold war to secretly steal away america's freedoms. >> seth clark of the political watch dog group veteran georgia videotaped part of the briefing before he was tossed out. >> usually when you'v
, georgia. ten days earlier john had undergone a complicated surgery, the latest in a two-year battle with cancer. >> i didn't know what happened. i had no idea what happened. did he take the wrong medicine? did he take too much medicine? did he... was he just... was his body just so weak that it couldn't withstand any more, and he lay down and just died? >> narrator: although the medical examiner ruled that john had died from natural causes, a week later, sue started to get suspicious. >> it wasn't right. there was something wrong. and until i started to go through his belongings that i inadvertently came across a couple of things that caught my attention. >> narrator: she discovered a number of items, including a copy of the book final exit, a receipt from party city for two helium tanks, and an email which john wrote on the day of his death. "i am most displeased with the results of the two surgeries and am considering 'my plan.' you know what i mean by that." >> john never said, "i am going to commit suicide." he never said, "i have a plan to end this." he, at times, would say, "i
. the terps hosting georgia tech today with sean petty making his debut under center. terps fans trying to stay warm at birds stadium. there's petty who looked calm and cool early on, the yellowjackets jump on him in the first quarter. petty takes a big hit, fumble, georgia tech would recover, not a very nice welcome. it leads to this. a few plays later, tech in the red zone. they pitch to other win smith. in the end zone, a five-yard touchdown run. georgia tech takes the 13-0 lead. petty and the offense start clicking in the second half. the terps in a 27-0 hole. petty off the play fake hits stephan digs and the freshman does the work from there. petty's first touchdown since high school, of course. and maryland is on the board. and check out the way this one ends. final play of the game, petty and the terps keep fighting. he will just throw this one up for grabs. he puts it in the direction of his play maker. stephan digs. he goes up for it a 23-yard td pass which is all digs. it's not even close to being enough for the terps, they lose 33-13. petty with two td passes is hungry for mo
like georgia, arizona, texas. states with very diverse populations and big growing latino populations. you know, you could extrapolate that come 2016, maybe even more 2020 these states could become more battlegroundish. it's not to say this will be as big of a battleground as ohio. if we're talking about states like michigan, minnesota being in play for republicans, you would have to argue four years from now that states like arizona and georgia could be in play and that same level for democrats. >> it's interesting. i think it was chuck todd that wondered out loud before the election why the obama team didn't make a play for georgia even now. >> it probably has to do with finite resources. one of the reasons of having the political winds at your back like 2008, they were able to make a play in georgia, in indiana. they crossed off states knowing the head winds this time around were in their face blowing, and they wanted as big of a map as possible but ones with a better chance of winning. indiana was off the map. they decided not to make a big play for georgia as they did in 2008. th
thing flashy was georgia tech. linebacker, going to starting quarterback, he is huge. .he yellow jackets up 6-0, go georgia tech recovers, and they stormed down the field. d score, 13-0. they took command early, never back. bright spot for the terps, diggs. everybody should come out and watch him play. diggs just keeps rolling, his touchdown catch of the game. a little too late, the terps lose 33-13. >> i had to get prepared to play today. i think we are getting better the team will move forward and we will get better. >> we will just keep sticking grinding andkeep working and find a way. >> november 27 is the five-year anniversary of the death of sean taylor. he was a player who gave his all the field and to the fans. today, his father was in town a luncheon at joe dawson's restaurant in alexandria. \ 'stheismann;s restaurant. at fedex, there is quite the legacy in washington. >> he did the best that he could. he brought an appreciation for game, the people, the staff, owner, and he just wanted to play well. thank you for doing this. >> such a good family. college football, uva beat nc
. and now georgia senator saxby chambliss says a no tax pledge signed by most republicans is standing in the way of getting that deal done. >> times have changed significantly. and i care more about this country than i do about a 20-year-old pledge. i think we owe the debt and we've got to figure out a way to pay it. >> that pledge was written by grover norquist and his group americans for tax reform. norquist talked about this on cnn's "the situation room." >> the commitment he made to the people of georgia was not to me. it was a written commitment to the people of georgia that he would go to washington to reduce government spending and reform government, not raise taxes. if he wants to change his mind and become a tax increaser, so we don't have to reform government, he needs to have that conversation with the people of georgia. >> we've got 38 days before we go over that cliff. if there's no deal before the end of the year, taxes will go up for every american. >>> amid fears the cease-fire between israel and hamas and gaza won't last long, we found one place that is a zone of peac
. >> this is hit for the voters and education reformers in georgia and washington state that passed pro charter schools. this is big deal for poor blacks that need school choice much more than they need a black president. to favor the teacher's unions so good for them. >> colin? >> this is a hit to bruce springsteen who gave new jersey governor a republican a hug in the aftermath of hurricane sandy. as you probably know, more christy has been after his favorite musician. after this happened soe he felt so strongly about it he wept for joy. he was even better than talking to president obama if you can imagine that. so i'm glad he got a little bit of love from the boss here since he may be a little bit short on hugs going forward. >> paul: she like a teenager with justin beiber. >> pathetic. i want to do a rebuttal to collins. bruce springsteen and barack obama they are congratulating each other and people in new jersey, close to two weeks without power. i'm wondering why they are congratulating. >> paul: including your household. >> i don't think it's the government's job to provide power but to
of its lines in its georgia plan to can water instead of beer to be shipped to sandy's victims. in the meantime, pepsi co. and walmart stepped up to deliver supplies in the wake of last week's super storm. >>> from sports to astrology to 7-eleven coffee drinkers, everyone has their favorite election prediction method. here is one based on the stock market. one investment researcher says the direction of stock prices two months prior to the election has accurately pre digited the winner 89.3% of the time since 1900. markets were up in september, but down for october. >>> a bionic climber and an iconic african-american. plus another presidential predictor, a win or loss by the washington redskins on their final game before election day has accurately predicted the presidency in 17 of the past 18 elections. we'll have details next. >>> while the east coast is getting ready for another nor'easter, the west coast continues to enjoy beautiful weather. the exception? a little bit in the northwest. details are coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back.
kirk, his little birth. helps duke beat georgia state, 74-65. four, maryland, 77-69. three, yukon, michigan state, all about the spar tans -- spartans, upset the huskies, 66-62. two, georgia, florida, held up by condone says. they had to -- condone dsation. and also the ohio state and march marquette cas was canceled as well because of condensation, as >>> have a great weekend. veterans day on monday. >> david letterman is coming up next. >> thank you.
morris brown college in georgia. it was due to a huge part for the omega boys club paying for my tuition and providing me as well as many first generation college students the opportunity to go on to college and graduate. so it wasn't just about talking the talk)v)vpñyñ in terms of hoe eliminate violence and how we work to make changes andgwñ  transformation in the community but it wasn[ñ?ñ? also about then behind it. having the opportunity to go to school, go to high school, and knowing and understanding that will be able to pay your tuition, takes the stress=ñ?ñ? a opportunity for change. so we just want to thank dr. marshall and jack, for the work they've done over the past 25 years and the work that they continue -- and not only did only do they continue to work in the community, as you see they're not here tonight, and they apologize for that, but they also instilled in us, like dr. marshall's grandmother would say, the more you know, the more you owe. what we continue to do as alumni is definitely in part of what was instilled in us as a part of this legacy and organization
on this rainy tuesday, but a fella named darius weems. here you are, a kid, from athens, georgia, in a wheelchair, in the middle of maine, right? >> yeah. >> reporter: and they are going out of their minds. >> from time to time, i have to pinch myself, come back to reality. these kids are going, like, mayhem. i thought they were going to pick the van up or something. >> reporter: darius invited us to spend a couple of days on his "believe" tour, where he visits schools around the country, inspiring kids to believe, if he can achieve his dream, so can they. >> darius! darius! >> reporter: darius suffers from a genetic disorder that affects one in 3,500 boys around the world. legs and arms recede and eventually so do the muscles that surround the heart. in the u.s., the average duchenne sufferer dies by 25. >> let's get this party started! >> reporter: the disease killed his older brother at 19. darius is 22 and he is resolved to fight with everything he's got. >> my brother, when his life kind of slowed down and seeing him leave the world, kind of changed my life. >> reporter: for
. >> and mike brown checking out georgia tech in anaheim. the first half, check out the ball. moving it. in the 3. the corner, 20-15. now, georgia tech start today on a 12-2 run. the 3 given the yellow jackets. now, not spectacular but solid enough to keep that job. stkphao all right. lawmakers earned their way to the state level to get a salary cut. they are making less now than at the city level. that is it for "eyewitness news" for 5:30. we will see you here in half an hour. until then our news upstate is on our web site. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> glor: tonight the showdown in egypt, with violent protests escalating on cairo streets president morsi is due to confront the judges who oppose his decrees. holy williams is there. a strong start to holiday sales. both in stores and especially on-line. elaine quijano is with the shoppers.
-handed slam, cal winnings big off to the great started. >> st. mary's facing georgia tech. tech had eleven 3 pointers. gales turn the ball over 21 times. georgia tech takes third place in the tournament. >>> south ranked stanford women hosting long beach state. feinth the bottom of the net for 3. stanford is now 6-0 with a dominating 77-41 victory. >> hand us the game or hand us the win. we are fighting and doing everything we can to get it. it mots motivates us. our starting growing bigger and big weernd want to keep it there. >> coming up at 11:00, your plays of day. we'll see you then. >> ama: still to come. a clash at the box office. who came out on top. we'll find >>> shioltd track for a $11 billion year at the box office. final installment of twilight led the way earning $64 million during the five day weekend which started wednesday. james bond adventure skyfall came in second with $51 million. lincoln got $34 million and life of pi rounded out the top of $34 million. it hit the best all time for a thanksgiving weekend. good movie watching on a couple of days. >> the system on wednesd
worker looking for a leak punctured a hole in a gas line. >>> at a walmart east of atlanta, georgia, a man suspected of shoplifting died yesterday. police say the man was in a physical altercation in the parking lot with two walmart associates who have been suspended and a contract security officer who was let go. a walmart statement said, "no amount of merchandise is worth someone's life. this is truly a sad situation. we're in the process of working with law enforcement." >>> next, authorities in florida confirm that they missed evidence that someone in casey anthony's house did a computer search for the term "foolproof suffocation" on the day her daughter died. casey anthony was acquitted of murder. >>> the u.s. supreme court will consider a challenge this week to the defense of marriage act. the law was passed in 1996 and bars federal benefits to same-sex couples. >>> and the powerball jackpot for wednesday has grown to a record $425 million. and based on sales in 42 states, the total jackpot could go a lot higher. >>> stocks are bound to be fiscal cliff dwellers this week, but
, true. i sing georgia, true. ain't no way i can sing georgia the same way -- >> a lot of the newly released independent views have to do with the stones and the beatles. mick jagger speaks candidly about the competition between the two. >> i think it's very competitive. it's a very competitive business. >> paul mccartney says the two bands actually got along in a sweet way. then goes on to talk about the fab four. mccartney who admits to a strong sense of commercialism gives a candid assessment of his mates. saying john and ringo had natural wit. george had seriousness. and ability. then mccartney talks about something else, drugs and sergeant pepper, the album that became to define the beatles psychedelic era. >> sergeant pepper owes a lot to drugs to pop. us getting into that. it was rather innocent compared to what you talk about these days, you were never sort of out of it on the floor in stones sessions. >> finally we hear from yoko ono, john lennon's widow who takes on a long lingering rumor once and for all. >> i didn't break up the beatles. the beatles were getting very ind
, in colorado, they're improving state parks. in georgia, most going for education. the hope scholarship for college students is completely funded by the lottery hannah grant feels like she hit the jackpot without even having to play. >> i would not be able to get into a large university like georgia state. >> reporter: the other half of the ticket sales goes to the grand prize. at $550 million, a single winner can choose a lump sum of $360 million, like earning $173,000 an hour, or $2900 a minute, for an entire year. but the federal government will want its cut, $90 million in taxes. not an immediate concern for the dreamers. >> today is the day. >> i want to give something to my grandchildren. >> for one, i would stop working. >> i would buy a house. >> i would give some to charity. >> reporter: this family won more than $200 million two months ago. this morning, on today, they had advice for the next winner. >> don't go out and get everything now, you will have time for all of that. just grow into the money. >> reporter: winning a lot of money can be difficult to handle. >> i just tho
is down here along the southeast coast line. jacksonville, savannah, possibly interior sections of georgia could get a little bit of wet weather. today's forecast is nice. decent afternoon in new england with sunshine and trying to do the warmup from denver, kansas city, oklahoma city. you get the gist of it. nice, quiet weather pattern for a change. that's a look at the national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. sunshine and 51 in washington, d.c., today. that's not a bad day after the cold start this morning. dallas, texas, nice afternoon for you, sunny and 63 degrees. areas in florida, probably one of the only warm spots out there. not that i was hoping for a -- any drama in the weather office. no love triangles are needed. >> way to get that on record. h.r. is watching. bill, thanks. >> especially since there's only one person. >> it could be complicated. >>> well, the rock center christmas tree stands up to sandy, and almost 3 million cars recalled for steering problems. is yours one of them? >>> plus, guess who's going to get the lions share of the blame
and thunderstorms in the southeast, from macon, georgia, into jacksonville, orlando, and miami. a few inches of mountain snow in the northern rockies. morning showers from seattle to portland. warming in the southwest. >> 67 in sacramento. 50s in the pacific northwest. mostly 40s in the midwest and northeast. and miami, getting up to 82. >>> and when we come back after the break, holiday shopping secrets. we'll tell you the best days to hit the mall. >>> and more trouble for toyota owners and for the automaker. there's a new recall. millions of cars. >>> and a doctor of the year behind the wheel in a grinding crash. police say she wrote herself prescriptions for the drugs that got her high. >>> and welcome back, everyone. there's more tarnish this morning on toyota's reputation r reliability. the japanese automaker is recalling almost 3 million cars worldwide because of steering and water pump problems. the two recalls cover more than a dozen models, including the prius. 1 million of the cars were sold here in the u.s. and just last month, toyota recalled more than 7 million vehicles for a
that is approaching. yeah, this nor'easter. we got low pressure coming out of georgia, south carolina, it's coming up the coast. that's going to happen tomorrow. shouldn't be too much of an impact here. we'll get some rain and maybe a couple of showers, but the coastal areas will see it a lot worse. yes, in new jersey they're going to get pretty hard once again, not like sandy, but they're still going to look maybe for some snow wednesday night in the interior sections and could have some winds 50, 60 miles an hour along the coast looping with the waves and -- along with the waves and, yes, not a pretty situation up there. let's talk about our weather for this afternoon on this election day 2012. no excuses not to get out. a mix of sun and clouds, a lot of high clouds. that may keep temperatures in the upper 40s, forecasting a high of 49. it's going to be a little if-y if we get there. then this evening it's going to be chilly, but as the clouds thicken up, acting a lot like a blanket, so we won't be as cold as we were this morning. at 9:00 back down to 43 with those winds pretty consistent out of th
. what we're dealing with is that nor'easter still. problems in georgia, north carolina with rain. the heaviest rains are over the atlanta area, chattanooga. another batch of rain from tallahassee over the gulf. some of that could go from the i-4 corridor. that's a key battleground area in florida. now as far as the forecast is going to go as we advance into election day, watching that light wintery mix. again, it's very light. shouldn't cause too many issues. there's a lot of other great weather. most of our battleground states are looking for mostly sunny to beautiful weather conditions. colorado to virginia, ohio, up to new hampshire should be a very nice day. what about that nor'easter we've been talking about over the last four or five days. i finally have some good news for everyone. it looks like the storm is going to be a little further off the coast. i don't think we're going to see a lot of significant wind damage out of this. we could see some snow in areas where sandy hit. it's very cold out here this morning. it looks like the areas from new jersey up to southern new
into columbia, south carolina, certainly savannah, georgia, jacksonville, all to get some heavy rain and some thunderstorms. now, large chunks of the country tomorrow for election day are going to be dry and delightful, including much of the western u.s. with the exception of perhaps the pacific northwest with a few showers. nothing they can't handle and there is going to be certainly a big swath of chilly air that we're going to deal with locally and some snow in the upper midwest. i think that snow will mainly affect eastern minnesota. the upper peninsula of michigan and maybe a section of wisconsin which, might be also an important state to keep an eye on. a little bit of snow for those areas, potentially, and quite a swath of chilly air from the northeast to the gulf coast states. 92 is -- that is that area of low pressure that is going to be the nor'easter and that deepens again as it comes up the coast on wednesday into wednesday night and thursday. so, we're not expect anything precipitation locally from that. here's an idea of what we're expecting. of course, the polls open in d.c. at
, alabama and georgia, the winner of that game now also in play to get to the national championship. so who would have thought when we woke up this morning that the world of college football would be upside down yet again. >> brent: that's why we love this game so much. once again, our final score, stanford wins an instant classic. 17-14 in overtime. next week on saturday night football, on abc, notre dame travels to los angeles to take on usc at 8:00 p.m. eastern for a shot at a bcs championship. thanks for watching saturday night football. so long, let's go to robert flores. >> all right. inside our college football studios, ford wrap-up and with the bcs chaos notre dame poised to be number one for the first time since 1992 when our own lou holds was the head coach. all part of the chaos tonight. number one kansas state going down in waco tonight. second quarter, baylor jumping out to a 21-7 lead. nick florence to williams, 22-yard touchdown. and oregon transfer, 185 yards for the bears, this one an 80-yard jaunt and baylor goes on to win 52-24. baylor beats a number one team for the firs
. and anheuser-busch is converting its plant in cartersville, georgia, to can water by the six pack, shipping it to the red cross, where it will be distributed where it's needed most. locally, bge has sent crews to help in the area as well. still ahead, baltimore city police have a pair of deadly shootings on their hands tonight. and home coming takes on a whole new meaning to the team whole new meaning to the team as they dedicate ♪ in everything you do [ female announcer ] add your own ingredients to hamburger helper for a fresh take on a quick, delicious meal. it's one box with hundreds of possibilities. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! oh...there you go. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! i'm gonna stand up to her! no you're not. i know. you know ronny folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than a witch in a broom fac
. we first saw this in georgia. this is the general western cotton mill that happened in may, 100-year-old structure abandoned for decades but considered part of community history. generations worked there. you could see the flames for miles and they reached 100 feet in the air. douglas county, georgia, investigators were suspicious how it started. now, watch this video with the audio. >> why is my phone dead? i want to take more pictures. knew he knew -- you hear people filming this and bragging about this. >> it's so cool. say hello to the camera, adrian. >> guess what. douglas county authorities were tipped off to this video from facebook and just this week, the video led to teenagers pleading guilty to burglary and arson. 19-year-olddrian bond and care reason -- carringer and another pled guilty. >> i hate they were that stupid to do this to an institution and then that stupid to post it online that led to their arrest. i'm glad. >> this is back in may when the fire first happened. you can hear witnesses talking about the place. >> my dad and mother and aunts and daddy in law. i h
are starting to count votes. indiana, kentucky, georgia, vermont, and virginia are done. we are watching this vote across the country. right now the focus is on virginia, the first of nine so- called swing states. >> and the most critical state of these early swing states. virginia had 13 electoral votes. the polls closed about 3 minutes ago. we're expecting to get numbers soon. president obama was the first president to get the vote since lyndon johnson. it was a very, very close state for both candidates right now. obama has a slight lead in virginia. let's check one more time, see if any numbers have come in. we'll be keeping an eye on virginia. of course ohio, florida, and the other swing states as well. >> one of the states we mentioned, only one we mentioned in which president obama is expected to win is vermont. three electoral votes. we are continuing to monitor vermont. we want to take you now to indiana. as you see here, we have 5% reporting. romney is leading in indiana. president obama won the state of indiana four years ago. we do have one state right now, kentucky, with its
carolina and georgia would not abide any strictures on the slave trade. after the war a strange thing began to have been jammed. and oddly enough, france is the key to understanding. and we think of france to think of sally in james samsung's, for the jury . but he went over there, very important national business. he was there as our trade representative. we were desperate for money. the u.s. code enormous debts to britain, and our most important export was a slave raise crop, tobacco which brought in some 30 million the year. now, jefferson had one problem, the most important and influential friends that he had a court among the french aristocrats were all abolitionists and could not understand how we have fought a war for universl
a perfect 5-0 mike mont it come rate taking on a georgia tech. in the semifinals of the direct tv classic jason morris. the dawn of the night in the second half, justin cobb. cobs of 6 ft. 2 in. shown that he can get up, with 15 points and five rebounds. he is a freshman and 11 points, carole winds. five-zero, they will play pacific in the finals against st. st. mary's. stanford beats they're defending team, >> coach jim harbaugh is denied reports that he is naming the starting quarterback. because alex smith is still worry that black " no contact " jersey it could be all signs towards kaepernick making his second start. and alex smith still not confirmed. >> there is no definitive realistic advantage to release that information. perhaps if you have information? or opinions, and it is unorthodox, you can come remains or make sport of me. but that is how we're going to go about it. >> the raiders running back,. mcfadden, and richard seymour all declared out for sunday in cincinnati. and lions defensive cannot seem to get out of trouble is not as clear-cut he kicked houston player in the gr
. republicans say no. >> now one leading republican may be breaking ranks. georgia senator saxby chambliss now says a no tax pledge signed by most republicans is standing in the way of getting a deal done. >> times have changed significantly. i care more about this country than i do about a 20-year-old pledge. i think we owe the debt and we've got figure out a way to pay it. >> specifically, chambliss was talking about grover norquist and his group americans for tax reform. they put out that no tax pledge. norquist talked about it on cnn's situation room". >> the commitment he made to the people of georgia was not to me. it was a written commitment to the people of georgia that he would go to washington to reduce government spending and reform government, not raise taxes. if he wants to change his mind and become a tax increaser, so we don't have to reform government, he needs to have that conversation with the people of georgia. >> there are 38 days left till we reach the fiscal cliff. at that point, if there is no deal, there will be automatic tax increases for every american. >>> police in
home. we're introduced to william. >> what a welcome we got from georgia, the golden retriever. >> hey, georgia, what do you think of georgia? >> she's pretty. >> 16-year-old william loves dogs. so this is a great way to be greeted, at a shop in arlington that has everything for man's best friend. even a dog trainer, allison coates. william enjoyed helping out with a little training session. >> william is a self-proclaimed country boy. he loves anything outdoors. he loves to swim. he's very hands-on. >> reporter: william, who has had to move from one foster home to another over the past eight years, says he once had a dog at one of his placements. >> i taught it how to sit. and actually it was my dog. so i just trained it. like it was my dog. >> reporter: but he never cooked up dog biscuits like laura does. she gave us a lesson. >> i think she likes peanut butter. what do you think? would you like to have another dog? >> i would. >> maybe that's what we should look for is a family for you that likes dogs, so you could have your own dog. >> we're looking for a two-parent home, well expe
georgia, the golden retriever. what do you think of georgia? >> she's great. >> reporter: 16-year-old william loves dogs, so this was a great way to be greeted, a shop in arlington that has everything for man's best friend, even a dog trainer who comes periodically to work with dogs like georgia, who dropped by. william enjoyed helping out with a little training session. >> william is a self-proclaimed country boy. he loves anything outdoors. he loves to swim. he's very hands on. he likes to work on vintage cars. he also likes playing football. he loves animals. he's a big animal lover. >> william, who's had to move from one foster home to another over the past eight years, says he once had a dog at one of his placements. >> i taught it how to sit. and basically, it was my dog. so i just trained it. like it was my dog. a black lab. no one was taking care of it in my house, so i took care of it. >> but he never cooked up dog biscuits like laura does. she gave us a lesson, letting william add all the ingredients, including the peanut butter, mix it all up and cut them into bones, th
. >> what a welcome we got from georgia, the golden retriever. what do you think of georgia? >> she's pretty. >> this 16-year-old loves dogs. a shop in arlington that has everything for man's best friend, even a dog trainer who comes to work with dogs like georgia who drop by. william enjoyed helping out. >> he's a country boy. he loves anything outdoors, he loves to swim, work on vintage cars. he likes playing football. he loves animals. >> william has had to move from one foster home to another over the past eight years says he once had a dog at one of his placements. >> it was my dog. i just trained it like it was my dog and it was a black lab. no one was taking care of it in my house, so i took care of it. >> he never cooked up dog biscuits like this. we got a lesson, letting william add the ingredients, including the peanut butter, mix it up and cut them into bones and bake them until they were golden brown. >> i think she likes peanut butter, what do you think? would you like to have another dog? >> i would. >> maybe that's what you should look for, a family for you that likes dogs so
in georgia and south carolina, this is the energy that's going to turn into the nor'easter that will come up the coast. here are your freeze warnings. they're not out west. you've already had your freezes. your growing season is over, and, you know, once the growing seon ends, they don't issue the freeze warnings any longer. 20s, mid- to upper 20s in the shenandoah valley, fredricksburg at 25, gate gaiftersburg at 26. it's 30 in andrews and even on the eastern shore, easton down to 29 degrees. your high temperatures today upper 40s to around 50. bundle up. 6:00 a.m. straight up, here comes monica, we've got trouble in maryland, we got troubles in virginia. >>reporter: we do. and i'm going to start with virginia. i was just on the phone literally a minute ago with prince william fire chief brody and he tells me that the investigation, the cleanup, all of that continues at an accident scene over in manassas right here, prince william parkway at balls ford road. it was a truck and a vehicle, a diesel fuel spill, entrapment, the works, so stay away from that. they should hopefully reopen it sho
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